It’s one of the great questions that vex the modern world: Do babies drool over Picasso or Monet? At last we don’t have to wonder: A study headed by a psychologist at the University of Zurich found that—voila!—9-month-old infants prefer the Spaniard over the Frenchman. Little humans in diapers were shown six works by each painter. Turns out, babies stare at Picasso for longer, and they usually look at Picasso’s Landscape of Juan-les-pin and shun Monet’s Poppy Field Near Giverny when the two paintings are hung side-by-side. Everyone’s a critic.